Cornish Historical Society at 40 Main Street (next to the Library)
Hours of Operation: July-September Saturdays from 1PM to 4PM and by appointment.
Research room is available during open times also.
The purpose of the Cornish Historical Society is to collect and preserve the history of the town of Cornish, Maine. We were incorporated in 1993, just prior to the town’s Bicentennial. One of our first projects was to edit and re-publish the town history book – accomplished in time for the Bicentennial Celebration held in 1994. See a member to purchase a copy.
The Cornish Historical Society meets the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. spring summer and fall meetings are held at our home at 40 Main Street. Winter meeting are held at the office of Cote & Howe Realty, 81 Maple Street. We’d love to see you!
Here are the names of our Officers as of April 2019. Feel free to contact any of them for further information about the Cornish Historical Society.
President: Sandy Howe (207) 625-4813
Vice President: Diann Perkins (207) 625-3281
Treasurer: Dorothy Maxwell (207) 787-1478
Secretary: Cynthia Mason (207) 671-6354
Historian: Linda Carr Griffin (207) 650-7484